History

Incorporated in 1967 and located in St-Cyprien, near Rivière-du-Loup (Québec), AMT Die Casting initially manufactured die castings for chain saws. With the snowmobile market growing in the '60 and '70, the company quickly grew and built plant expansions, also installing additional die casting presses and hiring dozens of employees.

During the '70, the company developed and distributed in-house product lines, such as lawn bowling balls and venetian blinds mechanisms.

At the end of the '90, following quick growth in the powersports industry in the 90', the company became involved in the automotive business and built a second plant in St-Cyprien.

At the end of the '90, following quick growth in the powersports industry in the 90', the company became involved in the automotive OEM supply chain as a Tier 2.

Following the 2009-2010 economic crisis, AMT experienced unprecedented growth and picked up the pace of investments ; a major plant expansion was inaugurated in 2015

In 2014, AMT received a NADCA (North American Die Casting Association) "Casting of the Year" award for a small, weldable structural component, giving industry visibility to our ability to reach quality levels very few die casters in North America, irrespective of their size, can achieve.

Constant R&D, investment and improvement efforts over the last 25 years have made AMT a state-of-the-art die caster with a very strong reputation for quality, technology, innovation, flawless delivery.

Quite simply, we are the die caster our customers trust most with technically challenging projects and critical supply requirements.